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Sep 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the big window we have. right after the election, the first-year, either romney's first-year or obama, who will never run for reelection again, so people not have to worry about it. this will be the window to cut the budget in some significant way, or at least have an outline for cutting the budget, and reform the tax system in some kind of significant way. the question is will it be the big picture reforms we need or will it be a 12-month solution. but they will have to do something that will hurt. i hate to say that. >> hurt everybody? >> yes. the only reason i would hesitate is that probably at the bottom of the income scale, hit make sure they are not hurt. >> what would you say to someone watching the elections and listening to the candidates, and they all promise that if you elect me, everything will be fine? it happened four years ago. >> it happened eight years ago, 12 years ago, 14 years ago. everybody is not the point to be fine. what i hope will happen is that he will have been shared sacrifice. everyone will suck it up and grow up and enough already and will cut all of the
Sep 30, 2012 8:00pm EDT
finances of it for reasons of we will not go into. i had real problems with the obama thing. i thought it could be have -- it could have been done much simpler. i do not understand the workings of the affordable care act. i do not understand them. i do not think anybody does. i do not know enough about it to have an informed opinion. rather than say something stupid, bibles in nothing. >> it is all the more reason to end this tax break to get their insurance through work. it is pretty certain that fewer people will get their insurance through work. they will have to buy it on their own. there is stuff in the affordable care act to help those who have to buy it on the ground and do not -- on their own and cannot afford it easily. let's make it across the board. >> but the back to the mortgage. i can hear it. we are in new york. i can hear the lobbyists of all those different countries -- companies that benefit. they are yelling. they are powerful. >> there are already limits on how much you can deduct. i do not know if this made it into the washington post version, but we said it should be
Sep 23, 2012 8:00pm EDT
later. bill was also very good friends with chuck schumer legal counsel and went on to become an obama mom -- nominee. our interaction really weren't about partisan politics. >> you lead off this story with a man named herb allison. who is he and what role did he play and what's that story about in the beginning? >> herb was at the time, was the assistant secretary of financial stability. which meant his job was so oversee the implementation of t.a.r.p. the $700 billion funded bank bailout. prior to that, herb had a story career on wall street. he had just about every major job you could imagine merrill lynch. he then went on to become ski at tia craft. then, in april 2009, he came in eventually made head of t.a.r.p. my interaction with him was providing oversight and many times very critical of the things he was doing that the treasury department was doing that secretary geithner was doing. he was my main portal into terry. we had a number of conflicts as you can imagine. our jobs were not necessarily going to create a long lasting friendship. it was my job was to criticize him and ma
Sep 24, 2012 6:00am EDT
went on to become an obama nominee for the southern district of new york. although our discussions were very political, it is not about partisan politics. it was really never an issue. you lead off this story with a man named herbert allison. who is the and what role does he play? >> he was the assistant secretary of financial stability commodes -- financial stability, prior to that, he had a storied career on wall street. he had just about every major job he could think of that merrill lynch. he went on to become the ceo of tia craft and retired in 2008 when paulson called him as the financial crisis was starting to take off to come to washington to run fannie mae after ed -- after it had been put into conservatorship. in 2009, he beat -- he came in and eventually was made the head arp.o our jobs were not going to creative long-lasting friendship. it was my job was to criticize him and make recommendations where i thought he and the program gone off the rail. which by 2010 was pretty often. we sat and had a meeting offline to clear the air and can have a couple drinks and diffuse
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